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Neutering Your Cat A Decision To Be Made Sooner Rather Than Later

Many people have a strong opinion as to whether or not they should neuter their kitty. There are many who have kittens who think it is a cruel process to deny thier kittens of the opportunity to have kittens- or simply can’t begin to imagine why they have to conisder something like tthat about a tiny little kitten. Several people who are not cat owners think that all cats shoild be neutered and then get a reputation for not liking cats.

In all honesty unless you want your kitten to father kittens or have kittens of its own you need to consider your kitten as soon as possible. Many people think that they have to wait until their queen kitty goes through her first “heat” cycle. This isn’t the case. It is important to remember that her system is mature enough to cope with this procedure. Usually this is around 5 months old. If you decide to wait until she has had that cycle please be prepared for the loud serenading “beaus” who come “calling”! 

Neutering your kitten early means that they are less likely to have much reaction to the operation at all – as with humans, the young are more adaptable to their situations. A neutered kitten is likely to be back on its feet within a few hours wobbling towards his food bowl! Your cat will continually wash at the stitches and you may be terrified that he will wash them out, it is important to take preventative measures to ensure that nothing happens to them throughout the night! By the next day kitty should be swinging once again from your curtains. 

Although most cat owners can see the advantage of neutering their queen, not many realize that by neutering a tom, they not only stop him from populating the local area with off-spring, but they will take that “tom cat” smell away.   The urine of a neutered tom cat usually smells less intrusive that that of a non-neutered one. 

Regardless what some people may think, neutering your kitten isn’t a negative thing. You can be confident that you are providing your cat with all he needs safe in the knowledge that he will not be adding to the cat population!

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This post was written by admin on April 15, 2010

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